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Five Days of Giveaways: Weleda Summer Essentials

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The five days of giveaways in celebration of our fifth anniversary continues today! And away we go! The sweepstakes for August 10, 2011:

Weleda, Summer Essentials Kit ($130 value) includes: Refining Toner, Rosemary Hair Oil, Sea Buckthorn Oil, Pomegranate Firming Serum, Citrus Deodorant

About: A look back on 90 years reveals a theme that runs throughout Weleda’s rich history: sustainability. We draw our organic ingredients from Biodynamic® gardens or certified wild sources; we support local projects and form fair trade partnerships all around the world; we minimize our carbon footprint wherever possible, be it in construction or transport. Taking care of the earth, our customers, our colleagues, our business and the communities where we work is deeply rooted in all aspects of what we do.

One winner will be chosen, but you can enter three ways: one from entry on this post, one from Facebook, one from Twitter.

HOW TO ENTER:

Website: Enter to win by commenting on this post below. One comment per person.

Facebook: Visit the Ecorazzi Facebook page and enter via the 5 Days of Giveaways contest tab.

Twitter: Follow @ecorazzi and @weleda on Twitter and tweet this message up to five times per day through 8/10/11 at 11:59pm ET: Follow @ecorazzi @weleda & RT to enter to win a Summer Essentials Kit ($130 value). Rules: http://ecorazzi.com/?p=58491 #ecorazzi5 #giveaway


Entries accepted until August 10, 2011 at 11:59pm ET. One winner will be selected. No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited. Complete rules.

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